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Tyson Foods Plans To Merge Corporate Locations As OneTyson


Tyson Foods has announced plans to bring together all employees from the Chicago, Downers Grove, Illinois, and Dakota Dunes, South Dakota, area corporate locations to its world headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas.

The move will foster closer collaboration, enhance team member agility and enable faster decision making. Employees will begin the phased relocation in 2023.

“Tyson’s diverse portfolio of products and brands provides us with an unmatched strategic advantage to serve our customers,” said Donnie King, president and CEO.

“Bringing our talented corporate team members and businesses together under one roof unlocks greater opportunities to share perspectives and ideas, while also enabling us to act quickly to solve problems and provide the innovative products solutions that our customers deserve and value.”

Tyson is also announcing the expansion of its world headquarters, which will include indoor and outdoor spaces designed to foster collaboration, connection and creativity. It will also include a number of features to enrich Tyson Foods employees’ work experience by accelerating change and innovation through diverse and dynamic spaces including new technology.

More details on this multi-year campus development, which will include the remodel of some facilities, will be announced over the coming months.

Founded in 1935 by John W. Tyson and grown under four generations of family leadership, Tyson Foods has a portfolio of products and brands like Tyson, Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Ball Park, Wright, Aidells, ibp and State Fair.

Tyson Foods recently donated 1 million pounds of protein to aid Hurricane Ian victims. To read the full story presented by The Shelby Report, click here.

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